An integrated learning approach at Booker T. Washington High School prepares students for promising careers in engineering, science and technology.
Established in 1893, Booker T. Washington High School for Engineering Professions has a long history of changing to meet the times. The design of the new replacement high school marks the next chapter in this story. In the new school, science and engineering laboratories blend into each academic neighborhood, allowing for the integration of engineering, science and technology, as well as general studies. Cross-disciplinary environments make for a collaborative learning experience that builds future-ready skills. Transparency supports the school’s integrated approach to learning, allowing students to be inspired by the activities of their peers.
What impressed me most… was their masterful handling of community engagement and their ability to unite stakeholders behind a common vision.